Feifei Shi

Shi’s work lies at the intersection of surface chemistry, material science, and mechanical engineering, with emphasis on integrated energy systems. Her work involves innovations in conversion, storage, transport and consumption systems, including batteries, fuel cells, and supercapacitors. Shi's work benefits electrical vehicles, portable electronics, and large-scale energy storage for buildings.

Randy Vander Wal

My research career began in physical chemistry, studying quantum-state resolved, molecular photodissociation dynamics. In post-doctoral work, my research expanded into linear and non-linear laser-based optical diagnostic development and then broadened at NASA-Glenn to include the synthesis, characterization and applications of organic and inorganic nanomaterials. Presently, I would characterize myself as a research chemist with keen interests in realizing applications for nanomaterials.

Chunshan Song

Dr. Chunshan Song is the Director of the EMS Energy Institute, a Distinguished Professor of Fuel Science in the John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering and a Professor of Chemical Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering (courtesy) at The Pennsylvania State University. He also serves as Associate Director of Penn State Institutes of the Energy and Environment.